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When you’re using the default github.io domain to host your Flutter application project on GitHub Pages you might get a 404 error if you’ve not configured the base tag in index.html of the Flutter application project.

Here is an example to demonstrate this issue:

To solve this issue you can edit it by adding the name of the repo…


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On Instagram when you bookmark a photo, it shows a snackbar on top of it. Today, we’re going to build a similar experience in Flutter without using any external dependencies & with minimal code!

So, let’s get started. 🍕🍫

👀 Demo


Do you manage to make it work in the background?


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Hey Everyone 👋, Today we’re going to learn about Pagination in Flutter. Pagination is considered as one of the best practices while loading a large chunk of data from an API. Pagination offers better performance and a jank free experience to the user.

👀 Demo


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Hey Everyone! Today we’re going to explore localStoage API of dart:html library by creating a Flutter Web App which persists value of brightness property of ThemeData 🌞 🌃

In localStorage, data is stored in key-value pair where both key & value only supports String type of data. It is incredibly easy to use API. Data is persisted even after browser is closed and it works on same-origin policy. Unlike cookies, there is no expiration date for data stored in localStorage & it offers more storage (5 MB). …


(This is the Second post in Series of Recreating ABND Projects with Flutter.)

Hey Everyone! Today we’re going to build a Score Keeper app with Flutter. Here is Review for my (ABND) Project Submission which has Rubrics for the Project. App will keep track of Score & Health of 2 Players. App is inspired by an indie video-game Cuphead 💛


(This is the First post in Series of Recreating ABND Projects with Flutter.)

Hey Everyone! Today we’re going to build a Single Screen app with Flutter. Here is Review for my (ABND) Project Submission which has Rubrics for the Project. So, we’re going to make a Business Card for Pied Piper 💚


Before getting into purpose of this series, I would like to give my brief Introduction since this is my first post on the platform.

Hello World! My name is Tirth Patel. I’m a Computer Science Undergraduate from Ahmedabad. I love developing Mobile applications using Android & Flutter.

My App Development journey started with Google India Challenge Scholarship 2018 by Udacity in Feb, 2018. I was offered Android Basics Nanodegree course. It was a fantastic journey. During that period I created several Android application as part of course. Here are some screenshots.

Tirth Patel

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